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TO UNDERSTAND RWANDA'S TRAGEDY: The neglected account of Captain Amadou Deme Senegalese soldier, UN intelligence officer, and witness with a conscience.

Phil Taylor
April 06, 2015

April 6 1994 is the fateful date of the beginning of the war/genocide/massacres in Rwanda. The plane of President Habyarimana was shot down over the capital city, Kigali, and horrific violence unfolded.

Everyone is asked/ordered to remember (and then told what to remember). Official memory in Rwanda is under the authority of the former Ugandan General and now Rwandan President Paul Kagame, warmly supported by prominent names from the Anglosphere like America's UN ambassador, Samantha Powers (she was not a witness but has no trouble filling pages at great length about the vast lessons to be learned).

On the night of the 6th Kagame, by all accounts, ordered his Rwandan Patriotic Forces (RPF) into attack that very same night, though there was a peace accord in pl ...

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OSCAR TALK: A Duel in the Hollywood Sunset.

Editor
January 21, 2015

SELMA is the story of a black American freedom fighter who was killed by a low-life sniper.

AMERICAN SNIPER is the story of a Navy Seal elite sniper (not your boring regular soldier) who in real life liked to tell “stretchers” about casually shooting Americans after Katrina and who despised America’s 1st black president. The film was directed by a millionaire actor and Romneyite from Carmel, who once pretended (it is his line of work) the President was an empty chair that he bested in a debate, living by his principle of never engaging in a fair fight, a certified bushwhacker! The director, Clint Deadwood, occasionally deigns to be interviewed by liberals like John Stewart, provided they are willing to play trembling squirrels to his snake.

So Sniper is out ...

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  • Letter to the BBC on significance of documentary, Rwanda’s Untold Story.

    Tiphaine Dickson, Lawyer/Scholar
    October 18, 2014

    Dear Mr. Hall,

    Thank you for allowing John Conroy and Jane Corbin to explore this difficult and complex story, and thank you for broadcasting the remarkable results of their investigation.

    Allow me to disclose my own history with the issue: In 1997, I became lead defense counsel in the trial of Georges Rutaganda before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. I was the first counsel to petition for the disclosure of the results of the Prosecutor's investigation into the shooting down of President Habyarimana's plane--an act that back in those days was still commonly assumed to have been carried out by Hutu extremists, or even by the President's family. The reaction to my request by the Prosecutor was nothing short of astonishing: "We don't investigate p ...

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  • Recognizing sovereignty of Syrian government would solve terror crisis

    Editor
    September 24, 2014

    Obama attracts intense interest as he outlines the latest “anti-terror” mission for Iraq-Syria, but we would gain more by paying attention to the words of the President of Syria, Bashar Al Assad, who is after all a major figure in the region and his army has been fighting terrorists and mercenaries supported by Obama’s government. A year ago, as Syria proved capable of handling its armed adversaries, Assad observed that Syria was the victim of a foreign sponsored campaign for regime change. He characterized it this way: The West first tried to create an insurrection coup and failed; next they sent mercenaries across the borders of neighboring states in a campaign of sectarian terror, and failed; and now, he said, they only have one more option, to attack Syria themselves. Quite true, isn’ ...

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